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Black Christmas trees are a thing — and growing in popularity

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Christmas is taking a dark turn.

Rather than opting for traditional green Christmas trees, more and more people reportedly are turning to black Christmas trees.

Yeah, apparently this is a thing.

“Good Morning America” reported that black Christmas tree searches are up about 70 percent on from a year ago.

A search on Instagram returns almost 9,000 posts with #blackchristmastree.

The ornaments and lights do seem to carry more of a pop with the black tree background compared to a green backdrop.

And they’re certainly more appealing than Melania Trump’s red trees .

But can you imagine what Charlie Brown must be thinking?


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